With tonight’s release we’ve given our “favorites” system an upgrade and decided that it’s also a good time for a name change.
You’ve told us you’re using the favorites feature for all kinds of things. Some of you use it to keep track of songs you want to research, some use it as a purchase wish list, others use it as a public expression of their musical preferences, while others still use it as a history of the very best songs they’ve found while listening.
Since there’s such diversity in how this features is being used, we’ve decided to recast the system as “bookmarks” and to relaunch the favorites page as a musical profile. Don’t worry — all your old “favorites” are still there. We’ve just given them a new home.
At the same time we’ve added some new features to the page. Now your stations automatically appear on the page and you can now keep a list of bookmarked artists in addition to songs.


  1. henry g schriever
    July 23, 2006 at 2:40pm
    I love what you are doing. How do you do that voodoo that you do so well? I think you are on to something. I know you are. The breadth of your repertoire is impressive. I don't always understand the musical terminology, but the results are extremely gratifying. I was disappointed when you came up empty on April Stevens, a singer from the forties whose voice could melt frozen vodka. Oops I just dated myself. HS
  2. John Webb
    July 25, 2006 at 12:02pm
    New to Pandora. Amazing and very impressive. I can imagine how this will develop and become the way people find new music, and maybe more. Has any work been done in 'grouping' stations, or they are unique. Do they relate to personality profiles... Cheers! J
  3. Pat
    January 03, 2007 at 3:26pm
    On the subject of the best song ever, I would recommend the following site www.rankopedia.com They have "Stairway to Heaven" as the greatest song ever.

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